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Description: This project aims to determine whether segmental and spatial organisation of warm and cold responding afferents within the spinal cord affect the presence and intensity of the Thermal Grill Illusion; an illusory experience of burning and/or painful heat during the simulteanous stimulation of non-noxious warm and cold primary afferents.


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Experiment 1 pre-registration on 18072022

Pre-registration manuscript for study, published on 18th July 2022 prior to data collection

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Experiment 2 pre-registration on 14042023

Mitchell, Stuckert, Fardo & 5 more
Planned pre-registration for experiment 2 of the project titled Investigating the influence of location of cold and warm responding afferents on the T...

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